From Jambe de Bois on Pidgeon Island in St. Lucia to Prickly Bay in Grenada.
Robin and I had lunch with friends in Jambe de Bois, a unique place on St. Lucia. We provisioned the boat, sailed to the Pitons, picked up our guests and headed for Grenada, via Bequia, Union Island, Tobago Cays. Long trips at sea and days of snorkelling over the reefs and here we are again – in Grenada.
Once again, we will be sailing off and out of touch for a while, back at the end of April.
At Anchor again, for a few more days, then off again. Well, we wanted to have an interesting life and we certainly have.
Went to the cooking class at The Dodgy Dock on Thursday – Pumpkin soup was delicious and I learned some more about the local approach to cooking.
The boat, crew and water are all ready for our next visitors, who are flying to us at 0730hrs Grenadian time, landing here at 2015hrs. Long flights. Rest and recuperation waiting.
Back on-line at the end of the month when we return.
Love this place, Tobago Cays never fails to astound me.
Making our way back to Ngoma in the dinghy after snorkelling on the reef.
This was taken a couple of weeks ago when we swam with reef fish, rays and turtles.
The sky has cleared since this was taken but I couldn’t resist the cloud formation. Nice weather here, cooling a little, shorts and t-shirts instead of swimming costumes! Loads of sun cream, sunglasses, the usual winter wear.